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At 16:57 25/05/00 GMT, email@example.com wrote:
>a) The struggle is for a self-determining society, a society characterised
>by a fluidity of social relations.
why should the class struggle lead to this?
>b) Struggle now is pre-figurative: the form of struggle is related to the
>goal of a self-determining society. Struggle is directed against
>d) Theory is an integral part of struggle. Theory must be directed against
>the definition which is the conceptual counterpart of the rigidification of
Why should it?
Paul Cockshott (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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